VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCTION
As a 20-year employee of ESPN, Meg Aronowitz serves as Vice President, Production, overseeing ACC Network’s and SEC Network’s school production initiative and was integral in the successful launch of both networks. She has overseen the production of ESPNU college football, volleyball, lacrosse, college baseball, ice hockey, swimming & diving, softball, and track & field events, along with her current responsibilities. In 2022, Aronowitz was named to Sports Business Journal’s Game Changers.
Softball coverage, under the stewardship of Aronowitz since 2005, has expanded from every game live at the WCWS to now include hundreds of regular-season games, conference tournaments, and every game of NCAA Division I Regionals and Super Regionals.
Aronowitz started at ESPN in 2001 as an assignment editor for Major League Baseball and was promoted to senior production coordinator in 2005. As the senior production coordinator, Aronowitz played a key role in the management of MLB, the Baseball College World Series, and the Little League World Series.
Prior to ESPN, Aronowitz worked at the news desk at CNN in Atlanta. She played softball at Emory University and graduated in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history.